Visiting Professor Arzu Özkal’s visiting artists lecture series will be hosting its first guest of the spring semester this Tuesday. Julie Perini will be giving a talk entitled “An investigation of our immediate surroundings as well as larger social structures” at 7:30 PM on Februrary 17 at 128 Forest St.
Here’s more info from Prof. Özkal:
Julie Perini is an artist working in time-based media including video, performance, film, mail, and installation. Her work has exhibited widely in the US and abroad. She is a recipient of the 2007 New York Foundation for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship in Cross-Disciplinary/Performative work. Julie holds an MFA from the University at Buffalo’s Department of Media Study and a BS in Communication from Cornell University. Julie has taught college courses, community workshops, and high school programs on video and digital media production, film history, and performance art. Currently, she lives in Portland, OR and teaches in the Intermedia Department at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. There will be snacks, beverages and stimulating conversations.
Hope to see you all there.
For more information and directions to the studio, please see contrary.info/esc